IDEAS, solely dedicated to the faculty of Architecture is spread over and area of 2 Acres. Built in a traditional style, the structure is well illuminated and well ventilated by a series of courtyards.

At IDEAS , a very sensitive approach is made to the needs and demands of an architectural school.

Well lit studios and classrooms are equipped with proper facilities like LCD projectors and speaker systems.

IDEAS can also boost of a well-equipped Climatology Lab and Material museum.

Computer Lab with Electronic Infrastructure for Software Skill Development of students to enhance their Graphical Skills.

Workshops like the model making workshop and pottery workshop give an opportunity to the students to explore their creative abilities.

IDEAS also has an outdoor construction yard for hands on experience with construction materials and technology.

The college has a multipurpose hall with a capacity of 300 to hold cultural events and co-curricular activities indoors. It also holds multiple exhibitions.

Ideas library has around 2000 books on Architectural Theory, Design, Construction & Material Technology and also has around 40 Journals and Magazines. It also houses Newspapers, Catalogues and Thesis work done by students anualy.

The Audio Visual Room is utilized for collective screening of documentories and for AV presentations for lectures. It also acts as an interactive space for discussions.

The college has a beautifully landscape OAT with a seating capacity of 400. It boosts of a small Cafe.

It holds Annual Fiesta, other cultural events like SPICMAY and events like the Freshers and Farewell.

As an informal place in a formal institutional setup, Canteen becomes a space for relaxation for students and faculties.

The Cafe located in the amphitheatre is another informal place where students can throng for a quick bite.

Ideas Hostel has a capacity of 40 students, 20 Boys and 20 Girls on a Twin Sharing Basis. Mess facilities are also available.

Ideas runs 2 buses with a capacity of 41 students each and caters to students commuting across Nagpur.